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He said something to the effect of, 'I did that,'" Yribe testified during Steven Dale Green's trial in a federal courthouse in Kentucky.
Regan responded with something to the effect of "who told you?
Their response was something to the effect of, “It’s just humor, can’t you take a joke?
He responded something to the effect that they were not going to buck common practice.
In making the disclosure, CPAs should issue a letter to the client saying something to the effect of: "In connection with the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct, Rule 503, I hereby notify you that should an insurance transaction be consummated, I will receive part of the commission" Reiterate this point verbally to the client and the client's attorney, if he or she is present.
In my younger days I said something to the effect that all art was a substitute for the Internet.
He also said something to the effect that the Welsh public can please themselves whether they come to games or not.
I wrote the blurb, then sent the author, Jeffrey Frank, an old friend, an embarrassing e-mail in which I said something to the effect that I felt like Edward Everett, who also spoke at Gettysburg that day-for two hours--and was left to write the other guy who spoke and tell him that he had come closer to the essence of the thing in two minutes.